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to privatize airport security? hi everybody. let's go in focus with mr. steve forbes. steve, the evidence is mounting at maybe we should privatize. >> absolutely, david. we see real experiments in this country. 16 airports have privatized security. including san francisco and a study was done comparing san francisco to los angeles and san francisco even though it's a private contractor, the agents are trained like they are for regular tsa. 65% more productive than in los angeles. they have more flexibility though the pay and the benefits are the same. it works. >> rick, let me put it to you this way. is it possible that privatization could be worse than what we have now? >> probably not. to steve's point he is right. the statistics between san francisco and l.a., san francisco did great. however, so you understand the full story, there are other airports that tried where it didn't come out any worse but not so good. look, if you look into what a lot of the aviation experts have to say, basically what they tell us is it's a nicer wrapper around the same product. you still have government s
's incentive. >> go to-- we got free lunch and that's po pork. >> brenda: and okay. steve, go ahead, weigh in on this? >> it's far worse than anything you guys are talking about here. it's not the political press. with a few notable exceptions, nobody in washington cares about the taxpayers. that's the problem here. listen,voters want to get rid of all this. they say it over and over again and if it takes a few senators want to do this, they insist on doing it, they insist on these things being included, all it takes is somebody to say no. >> oh. >> brenda: gary b, gary b is dying to get in here. go ahead. >> well, i don't agree, i don't agree with steve because he says the voters want to get rid of it and it's kind of like the not in my back yard. only the flip side. they want to get rid of it unless my gosh, you're going to take away that bridge or that pork you're going to build in my neighborhood. forget it. and that's-- you're wrong with that. >> you are wrong about that. tom coburn got elected saying i'm not doing anything for oklahoma. >> that was oklahoma. >> why do we have a balan
." >> the funniest movie. it was based on steve harvey's book "act like a lady think like a man." you have great people. >> i'm not saying it like that. >> i am. it's like that. >> ms. loretta, i'm ready for the rest of the tour. >> terrence jay is in the movie, myself. the cast goes on and on and on. it's such great movie. it's funny and cool to see these couples reading this book and trying to use all these steve harvey tactics against each other in relationships and what happens to the different couples in their journeys. i'm so excited to be part of such an amazing cast. we didn't feel like you were going to work every day. when you have kevin hart onset it doesn't feel like work. you laugh all day long. >> talk about this reality thing. you're still a major presence from being host of reunion specials to the "flavor of love" franchises, what's it like? >> reality tv is fun. it's fascinating to me that people are that intrigued by my life. >> how is it living in the hotel? >> horrible. >> it's definitely a different place. you have to be willing to open up that much of y
recollection is correct, that steve jobs, for example, did not sign that pledge, as did, i think oprah was one of them, didn't sign the pledge -- >> right, and i talked about them in the book. >> then i'll have to read it. [laughter] but what my question, really is is that people -- is the category of good rich only those people who participate in philanthropy, or the good rich also for people for what they do or what they have invented to make our lives better? >> your question is good, and i think your answer is a good one. it is possible to get off the hook, to get off the hook of being rich and make us love you any way even if you aren't philanthropic, and, certainly, steve jobs is an example of doing that. he not only did not give. he scorned giving and said that most people were simply doing it to buff up their reputations, and he was not going to be involved in playing that kind of game. there was a lot of adverse comment during his life about the fact that he was so ungenerous. oprah was different in the sense that she was philanthropic, is philanthropically inclined, but she didn't si
. so how much does she now get? how much of that fortune did she help build? steve osunsami on the story tonight. >> reporter: as divorces go, this one is humongous. it could split control of america's fastest growing oil company. and could lead to a record-breaking paycheck for the wife who says her husband cheated. >> this is going to be watched on main street as well as wall street and possibly internationally. because of the numbers involved. >> reporter: harold hamm is the husband in the dog house. number 35 on the forbes list of richest americans. worth $11 billion. a self-made man who started in the business scrubbing out the inside of oil barrels 50 years ago. >> and there was a lot of oil people around. i had never been around people like that. >> you wanted to be like that? >> i wanted to be like them. >> reporter: sue ann hamm is his wife of 25 years. on the table is his 68% stake in continental resources. the company she helped him build. >> the wife was a lawyer and economist. that's a bad combination for him. >> reporter: without a prenup, this becomes the bigg
. the secretary pushing iraq leaders to end sectarian violence. steve is joining us live from washington with more on this story. >> reporter: the central issue here is whether iraq's president the prime minister, that is, a she'ite muslim is helping to support the assad regime in syria. now, secretary kerry met with iraqi president nouri al-maliki during a visit in baghdad today. those iranian flights were at the top of the agenda. they had what kerry described as a spirited discussion. here is the secretary. >> anything that supports president assad is problematic and you i made it very clear to the prime minister that the overflights from iran are in fact helping to sustain president assad and his regime. >> reporter: the u.s. believes the iranian aircraft flying over iraq are carrying weapons to arm the syrian government but tehran says they are delivering only humanitarian aid there. they wanted to force the planes for inspections but only a few have been checked. >> i think the intent here by going public is to increase the pressure on al-maliki but the whole incident how minimal influence i
to steve schmidt o sa theres a rift between the evangelical base and libertarians, and rand paul, in some ways, is a schizophrenic candidate representing that. >> this week marks the 10th anniversary of the american invasion of iraq that following the 9/11 attacks. a cnn poll says 56% of americans believe it was a mistake. one quarter of them think it is a victory. the bush administration told us we had to get there to get the weapons of mass destruction. president bush said the new regime in iraq would serve as a dramatic and inspiring example of freedom. how did it play out, nina totenberg? >> it played out horribly. when you read the postmortems, a lot of people from iraq and here and policy wonks, many who were supportive of the effort, have come to regret it, and part of the reason is we have changed the balance in the middle east. we had a saddam hussein who was a check on iran. he is gone. there were no weapons of mass destruction and the country is in shambles. >> i have read comments from those who fought there that thought they were engaged in a noble effort, colby king. >> of c
. and steve centanni is here. how are they flowing into syria? >> reporter: according to u.s. officials there are flights just about every day, from iran to syria travelling across the iraqi air space. iran says they carry humanitarian aid, but u.s. says they carry weapons to the syrian government. and secretary of state john kerry urged al-maliki to crack down on the flights requiring they land in iraq for inspection before continuing on to syria. >> we had a very spirited discussion on the subject of the overflights and i made it very clear, anything that supports president assad is problematic. >> kerry suggested the future of u.s.-iraqi relations is hanging in the balance here, harris. >> harris: given the recent talks and the possibility of chemical weapons used on citizens and we saw the actual video and pictures of people going to the hospital. reportedly the u.s. is not directly helping the syrian rebels, steve, but could this change now? >> some think it should and should change soon including the chairman of the committee, mike rogers of michigan, and there's growing evidence
anywhere. salon -- msnbc cycle co-host, steve kornacki will be taking over for me. he will be hosting the show at this desk, the same format, time slot and spirit. he's a fantastic analyst and curious and deeply kind and good-natured you ared. i think he's an absolute perfect fit. during the republican primary season when i was asked to host live coverage on the saturday night of the main caucus, i would characterize my knowledge of republican party politics as fairly limited but somehow we had the good fortune of knowing steve who knew every single politician in the state, what races they won and lost and how the political disputes were laying out. if you crave deep knowledge, you're going to love steve. also, another bit of good news for uppers, the executive producer of this show, jonathan larson who has been my partner in developing the show is going to stay with up with steve so the high standards he's brought to the production of the show will remain. you should know i'll be watching up with steve kornacki on saturday april 13th, you should too. if you enjoy the show and format
bream. live from the nation's capitol, america's news headquarters. we go to steve centanni more. >> the central issue is whether iraq's president or prime minister, a shiite muslim is helping to support the assad regime in syria, allowing the over flights by iran. now, if so, that raises serious questions about u.s./iraqi relations going forward. secretary kerry met with iraqi prime minister malkey in his unannounced stroz baghdad today. and those iranian flights were at the top of the agend a. the secretary and the prime minister had a private meeting that kerry described as a spirited discussion. when it was over, the secretary told reporters, quote, anything that supportings president assad is problematic. i made it very clear to the prime minister that the overflights from iran are in fact helping to discontinue president osaud and his regime. thez believes the iranian aircraft flying over iraq are carrying weapons to help arm the syrian government, although it rawn insists it is humanitarian aid. the u.s. has asked iraq to force the planes to land in iraq for inspections. b
on february 7th. his journey at san jose state started in 1960. nortons nephew, steve rule, says since then sjsu was his uncles home. i really now as i get to know the situation better and hear the kind things that were said about him today is just i realize that this was truly his family and i think he would want everyone to remember him that way and to remember san jose state the same way. this is a community and a family and i think he was proud to be on it. peter buzanski, who once shared an office with norton, says his frien and colleague brought big changes to the university. he fought very hard to turn this university into a liberal arts university, know he had a great deal of help from president robert clark. today sjsu is a liberal arts school. norton used his modest professor salary to fund multiple endowments to help faculty and students. he gave virtually all he had back to this university and that is a very rare thing, that shows the kid of generosity he had he also did all of this by the way without telling people about it. his family asks remembrances be made to the "sjs
what hot entrepreneurial topics are trending on twitter. our friend steve strauss of "usa today" tweeted -- when trying to make a sale your job is to help your customer solve their problem. without a business plan, you are
. neil: steve, it is always good to have you. on that issue, whether it is big oil or anything above, saying thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. the. neil: i do want to focus on this development about all of the money company selling out. but not like you'd expect help the economy. as we mentioned,
all millennials who were there at occupy wall street celebrating a life of steve jobs which took place -- is death to place at the same moment that was going on and it was his great way of showing that millennials believe that corporations are part of our world while they can set standards and say we disagree with the financial practices but still celebrate in the court -- great leader and innovator in thinker and being able to hold both of those beliefs of the same time i think is one of the hallmarks of this generation. we don't like these practices but we celebrate the great things that american business and american leaders can do. >> host: i think a lot of people will remember looking back on occupy wall street there were a lot of news clips of someone putting a microphone and a camera and a young person's face and asking why you were here and young people not been able to define the point. and actually that might have been by design and that might have been a success of the summa work out of 50's and the movements ,-com,-com ma successful mass movements are fake and they are undi
. tweet of the night for our younger demo graphic. >> greg: we blue half our budget on that. steve stockman. this is what he tweeted on thursday. the best thing about earth is if you poke holes in it oil and gas come out. got to admit, that is f-in poetry. he is right. >> that is the best thing about earth. stick a hole in it and oil and gas come out. >> greg: it is. >> that's awesome. >> greg: you can't argue with that. if it is not oil what else is there? nothing as good as that. >> talk abouter picked up on this and made -- gawker picked up on him and made fun of him. obviously it was a little tongue in cheek. gawker posted the best thing that could possibly happen hacker convict bids farewell to freedom. do you think they think that is the best [ bleep ] think that could possibly happen. >> greg: yes! >> i realize you are letting your hair down because it is saturday but there is a little thing called standards and practices and doesn't magically go away because you work the weekend. i'm offended. >> greg: her point is clear are that the hipsters will say so and so is thest thi
is not going away. adam and steve are not going to not be married because the supreme court says -- goes against it. there -- going to be children that are children of gay couples that are still going to exist. who are still going to have the practical issue to deal with. are we going to tell those children that their family is deserving of less recognition or come from a dysfunction am family? are we going to tell that couple that they have less of a right to love each other? so this issue is not going away. we have to remember let's put a maim and face to this. the case that is going in front of the supreme court is edith, 83 years old. spent 40 years with her partner thea. if thea -- edith windsor would not have paid the $600,000 in estate taxes she had to pay when her partner died. that's what we are talking about. that's the kind of equality. regardless of what the court decides, edith and dhea are still going to love each other and still going to be a couple. >> the thing is thatied itds and thea don't want to separate but equal treatment under the law when it comes to civil univer
solicitor general and steve gillis, one of his former law clerks and they help shepherd through this process. neither of them that the well either and i think they and he made a terrible strategic mistake -- to strategic mistakes. first they made a strategic mistake and believing these hearings have any intellectual con tent. [laughter] seven senators asked him questions and he took them seriously but they had no intellectual content. the senators serge knew what he thought. he left a huge trip record. the correct way to proceed with this political theater. this is something his hearings taught everybody send a note hearing since bork to and handled anything like it. the second error he committed is related to the first. 50 to assess and intellectual exchange, is that the senators earlier entries in the substance, he responded with utmost gravity and not with levity. as i said, bob trent great is the funniest men i've ever met. the only person close as justice ginsburg's has been. he was quicker than anybody seen. most of the questions deserved what it your body should have done this produce
national cares program, which is mentoring. we're talking to steve harvey and his program. there are a lot of mentoring programs out there that people don't even really know about. i'm hoping that guns for greatness can also turn the light on for some of those programs. >> what are you going to do with all of the guns that are turned in? >> nypd does that. >> turn them over? >> you guys got them. >> this is good. thanks so much for coming on and talking to me about it. it's called guns for greatness, we'll put more information on our website, especially information on how folks who are watching right now might want to come down and turn in -- and we should know, this is going to be first of several of these. >> in a perfect world, we're going to do each borough in new york, and then the goal is to take it to chicago, philadelphia, baltimore, detroit. i would like this ultimately be a national program. >> and the concert tickets come into play how? >> as the young people do the work with their mentors, when you stay engaged -- the idea of the concert tickets was to keep them engaged. if you
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